Publications

FORMULA ONE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION SEASON 2011

Artist Mark Dickens Unveils Unique Formula One™ Collection
at Exclusive London Exhibition

Acclaimed artist Mark Dickens has created a series of 19 original works of art that encapsulate Formula One™ ’s relationship with race-hosting cities, circuits and leading partners involved in the sport.

Press Release Wednesday 7 March 2012

Guests at the London Exhibition
Halcyan Lifestyle magazine 2012- 'High Speed Creativity'
Jonathan Ames summarises artist Mark Dicken's whirlwind year in which he was tasked with capturing the spiritual essence of each Grand Prix.

Halcyon Magazine
Autosport Awards 2012
The Official Formula One™ Season Review 2012. 'Snapshot from India'
Autosport Awards 2012

THE ABU DHABI MOTORSPORTS MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 2009

"A unique work of art marrying sport and culture" The Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management commission attracted International press coverage.
Abu Dhabi Golf News - 'A Brush With Art'
Senior Reporter Alaric Gomes reports on the weekend's Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and focuses on Mark Dicken's task as official artist of the 2011 Formula One™ Season.
The National Newspaper Abu Dhabi
Jonathan Player reviews the unveiling of the Abu Dhabi series at the Waterhouse and Dodd Gallery, London.
National
Lifestyle -Etihad Airways in-flight magazine
Dickens invited each of the drivers to hand-write segments from Rudyard Kipling's poem 'If', which appear in both English and Arabic on the respective panels.
Lifestyle
The Middle East Magazine
Mosaic - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. "A unique work of art marrying sport and culture."
Middle East Magazine

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PIRELLI ART PROJECTS
F1 Fans Fest, downtown Austin, Texas

Mark Dickens and Pirelli invited by The Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas to create a new art piece in the downtown fans fest. This event took place during the GP weekend. Local celebrities and fans were invited to roll inked tyres, also the Mayor of Austin, Lee Leffingwell came down to collaborate.'

Gallery of the event
Gallery of Mark Dickens with mayor Lee Leffingwell

November 2012


AN AFFAIR WITH FORMULA ONE
Museum of Art and Design (MAD), Singapore

The official launch of, “An Affair with Formula One” was on Wednesday 19th Sept 2012 at the Museum of Art & Design (MAD). Mark Dickens graced the opening ceremony together with invited guests, celebrity VIPs, patron of the arts and motor sport.

The MAD International Tribune Published by Jasmine Fine Art 17th September 2012
Behind the beauty of Formula One™ Sally J Clarke discusses Mark Dickens' panel "Singapore" and the inspirations for his work.
Article from Artitute Online magazine
More with photos and Video

September 2012

An Affair with Formula One™

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2009

Mister Motley. Netherlands

2009

Ghosts, Arts Quarters Press


TYRE ROLLING EVENT IN ABU DHABI

Wednesday 30th October 2013
Commissioned by Yas Marina Circuit.
Abu Dhabi


Collaboration with 60 Students rolling inked tyres over 180 metre canvas on the track. World record attempt. Longest fine art tyre print.

The National
'Zayed University students hope to break world record in longest fine art print' report by Kyle Sinclair.
UAE Interact

'Long Art Print to attempt World Record' from The Gulf Today.
Gulfnews.com
Yas Marina Circuit: ‘extra-special’ live programme for Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. "We want to treat our fans to something extra special" says Richard Cregan.

Video: Sky News Arabia Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit
Wednesday 30th November 2013


Video: Zayed University students
attempt to break a world record
  khaleejtimes.com
Yas Marina Circuit: ‘extra-special’ live programme for Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. "We want to treat our fans to something extra special" says Richard Cregan.
7 Days in Abu Dhabi
Artist, students attempt new world record at Abu Dhabi Yas Marina circuit

AUSTIN, TEXAS FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX WEEKEND 2013


Thursday 14th November 2013


Video: Mark Dickens and Lisa Russell speaking before opening reception at the Russell Collection Fine Art Gallery